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Pavlo Polubotok


Putting into circulation : 29 January 2003
Technical Specifications
Denomination Metal Weight of pure precious metals, gramme Diameter, mm Quality class of coinage Edge Mintage, pcs Actual, pcs
10 silver (Ag 925) 31.1 38,6 proof corrugated 3000 3000

Series: Heroes of Cossack Age
The coin is dedicated to Pavlo Polubotok (app 1660 - 1724), Hetman of the Left-bank Ukraine who headed high-rank Cossacks, opposed the restrictions of rights of the autonomous Ukraine. He advocated the revival of hetmanship and dissolution of the Little Russia Collegium. For his opposition he was imprisoned organization in Peter and Paul fortress in St.Petersburg , where he died thereafter. Polubotok is buried in St.Petersburg.
Retail price, Hryvnas: 1038

On the coin obverse there is the composition similar to the whole Series of coins which embodies the National idea of the Unified Ukraine: next to the small National Emblem of Ukraine, the emblematic figures of Michael the Archistrategos and crowned lion are located, which are symbols of Kyiv and Lviv Cities. Circular inscriptions are split by baroque ornamentation: УКРАЇНА, 10 ГРИВЕНЬ, 2003, (Ukraine/ 10 Hryvnia/ 2003), the designation of precious metal - Ag 925 and its weight in fineness - 31,1.
On the coin reverse in the circle made of a string of beads there is engraved a half-length portrait of Pavlo Polubotok and to the right there is his coat of arms. Above, between the external rim of the coin and the bead circle there is a conventionalized inscription: ПАВЛО ПОЛУБОТОК (Pavlo Polubotok) and beneath -1660 - 1724, his years of life.
Designer: Oleksandr Ivakhnenko
Engraver: Andjey Novakowsky , Volodymyr Demianenko
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